Skip to comments.SURPRISE: "Tech" news site Mashable is a front for the Nazi-aligned Hamas terror organization
Posted on 07/27/2014 4:16:58 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Question: When is a tech news site actually a public relations arm for a bloodthirsty terror group?
Answer: when that tech news website is called Mashable. Consider a couple of their recent stories, designed to garner sympathy for actual bloodthirsty war criminals (no links for obvious reasons; simply search for the headline and you'll find it if you decide you prefer to read Hamas marketing material):
'Am I Going to Die, Daddy?' The Child in Gaza Asked by Jon Snow
U.N. Official Warns of Gaza War Crimes; Only U.S. Votes Against Investigating by AP
45000 Londoners Protest Israel's Operation in Gaza by Colin Daileda
13 Anonymous Admissions From Israelis About Gaza on Whisper by Brian Ries
UN Made Clear It Was Sheltering Kids But School in Gaza Still Got Hit by Mashable Team
Israel Is Losing Control of the Gaza Media War by Colin Daileda
A Day in Gaza: A Destroyed Hospital and 'Gut-Slamming Explosion' by Jonathan Miller
Thousands Flee Major Battle With Israel in Gaza, Death Toll Tops 420 by the AP
Israeli Airstrikes Injure Three Journalists in Gaza by Brian Ries
PJMedia's Bryan Preston rightfully asks, "Is Tech Site Mashable.com Siding with Hamas Terrorists?"
In Am I Going to Die, Daddy? The Child in Gaza Asked, reporter Jon Snow states that If the Israelis have proved anything, it is that there is no such thing as a forensic strike. Snow never allows for the fact while Israel tries to avoid civilian casualties, while Hamas feeds on them.
After chronicling several heart-breaking cases of kids caught up in the crossfire, Snow rhetorically asks Can they really be the acceptable collateral damage of targeting militants?
The tone of the entire piece puts the moral responsibility for all casualties in Gaza not on Hamas, the terrorist group that is still dedicated to destroying Israel and which started the current conflict, but on Israel...
Todays and tomorrows Israelis are paying a price too, are they not? You wouldnt know it from reading Jon Snow, or indeed anything published at Mashable...
...Snows piece fits well within Hamas anti-Israel propaganda. Why is a tech site like Mashable publishing it? It's almost as if Snow and Mashable are operating as a free public relations firm for one of the most bloodthirsty terror groups in the world, and one that is a a direct descendant of Nazi Germany.
Here's one of many videos secretly taped in Gaza that Mashable won't show you: Hamas terrorists savagely beats Gaza civilians who heed IDF calls to leave targeted areas, for instance.
Mashable also won't tell you that the Hamazis are forcibly strapping suicide belts to children and sending them into Israeli lines at gunpoint.
Hamas is committing war crimes daily, using civilians as human shields and targeting innocents with their thousands of rockets.
Hamas is a group with direct ties to the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler.
Why Mashable is promoting this Nazi sickness is beyond me, but it is reprehensible. There is no moral equivalence between Hamas and Israel, none.
Mashable (Mashable Inc.) is a British-American news website, technology and social media blog founded by Pete Cashmore in 2005. The website's primary focus is social media news, but it also covers news and developments in mobile, entertainment, online video, business, web development, technology, memes and gadgets...Mashable was launched by Pete Cashmore from his home in Aberdeen, Scotland in July 2005. Time noted Mashable as one of the 25 best blogs in 2009, and has been described as "one stop shop" for social media.
It’s not Hamas. It’s only Lawrence of Arabia again—friend of Hamas. Such propaganda has been common in British media for a long time.
Mashable Connect is an annual invite-only conference. It was held on 12 May 14 May 2011, with 300 attendees. Speakers included Scott Belsky, Founder & CEO, Behance, Adam Ostrow, Rohit Bhargava, SVP, Global Strategy & Marketing, Ogilvy. Sabrina Caluori, Director of Social Media & Marketing, HBO, and Greg Clayman, Publisher, The Daily."
Also from Wikipedia
"The Daily was the world's first iPad-only (with Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Facebook support added later) news app in the United States and Australia, owned by News Corporation...News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch said The Daily 'could not find a large enough audience quickly enough to convince us the business model was sustainable in the long-term'."
The Brits have already surrendered. We’re only half way there.
Our education system has promoted the ‘Revelutionaries’ like Che Gueverra, who brought Communism to Cuba. The teachers have used our American Revolution in a perverted way to call these idiot terrorists the new ‘Revolutionaries’ and made them romantic to the youth. That is where we get this displaced loyalty to people out to destroy us and our way of life.
The last generation from WWII thought we had won forever a safety for America, I guess, because they did not hand down the dangers of history repeating itself in their lifetime or that of their children. Evil requires an ever vigilant mindset for future freedoms to remain. We say ‘freedom is not free’, yet we forget to teach those around us and parents forget the enemy at the public school, who is teaching them otherwise.
The socialists have a good thing going (for them). They control the media, the schools and are successfully pushing the government to total cradle to grave government programs.
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